Paint the town red on short breaks to Glasgow and enjoy lunches in Art Deco cafés and live gigs in 'spit and sawdust' pubs.
Red-paved George Square with its grand, Victorian City Chambers pinpoints Glasgow's centre on the north bank of the glistening River Clyde. From here it's an easy amble through the grid of streets to the parades of bars and shops on bustling High Street and Sauciehall Street. This all blends east into super-swanky Merchant City with its posh gastropub terraces and dinky boutiques. In the chilled-out West End the rolling Kelvingrove Park is a green hangout for open-air gigs and picnics.
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